View Poll Results: Which sounds best?

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  • Oliver Darling

    46 48.94%
  • Simon Darling

    24 25.53%
  • Oscar Darling

    24 25.53%
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  1. #1

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    Which name is the best fit with surname Darling? Sister's name is Rowan. Thank for your input!

  2. #3
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    Love Simon Darling! I think Oliver Darling is great, too, but Simon got my vote.
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  3. #5
    i prefer Oliver and Simon, but Oscar sounds best to me with your surname.
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  4. #7
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    Mar 2013
    Boston, MA
    I think they all sound absolutely fine with the last name! Do you have the middle picked to help break the tie?

  5. #9
    Thanks for the votes and comments so far!

    Oliver: I like the flow the best, and the tree name factor works with Rowan, but this one is so popular right now. He'd definitely be an Oliver D in school. I find myself rolling my eyes a bit when I hear people use *the* top name that year, so why would I do that myself?

    Simon: 2-2 syllable flow isn't as ideal, but that doesn't bug me too much. My only qualm is that Simon and Rowan have similar sounding endings.

    Oscar: I think the name has a lot of charm, but when I googled it, all these articles about academy awards favourites came up, i.e. "this year's Oscar darling is Jennifer Lawrence" and now I'm having a hard time seeing it any other way.

    Was hoping the poll could give us another tool to make a choice.

    Middle name will be John, after my dad.

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